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Anonymous

Hi Roger,

Thanks for the quick reply.

Yes, I refer to the JavaHelp libraries.

>From the way we have built our system before, I was under the impression
that the JavaHelp libraries were not signed, as we did not experienced
problems after signing them ourselves.

So I wonder why we had problems with our recent build after switching the
JavaHelp 2.0.1 . I will also investigate further internally.

Could somebody veryfy that JH 2.0's libraries were not signed - maybe by
mistake ?

Are there unsigned versions available ?

Best regards

Thomas

Thomas G�lden

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Von: Roger Brinkley [mailto:Roger.Brinkley@SUN.COM]
Gesendet: Dienstag, 16. M�rz 2004 18:18
An: JAVAHELP-INTEREST@JAVA.SUN.COM
Betreff: Re: [JAVAHELP] Signed JavaHelp Archives

G�lden, Thomas wrote:

> In our build scripts we signed JavaHelp archives so that they can be
> deployed with our Java Web Start application. With the change to the
newest
> JavaHelp version 2.0.1, our build process broke, becauce we ended up with
> JavaHelp archives, which were double signed (something Java Web Start does
> not like).
>
> So, why are all of a sudden (may be I missed the announcement) the
archives
> published signed ?
> We now have to change several jnlp files and introduce another mechanism
to
> load JavaHelp with Java Web Start using the extension mechanism.
>
> Are there unsigned versions available ? Or do I have a misunderstanding
> about what happened ?

Are you refering to the JavaHelp libraries. If so, they have always been
signed. If they weren't it was mistake as it has been a requirement for
a long time.

Binky

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Roger Talkov

I was getting this same problem, I believe it was fixed in java 1.4.2,
see bug #4853944

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Hello Mary,

Could I have a test case for that problem?

Thanks,
Igor

Mary Jane Adams

Hello,

Please pardon my post if this is a subject that has come up previously on this list.

I have the problem of disappearing graphics when scrolling in the JavaHelp I'm
creating using Webworks Publisher for Word. The output is JavaHelp 1.1.3. When
scrolling on a page, graphics partially or completely disappear, and then reappear
if I click the blank space where the graphic should be. I don't want our users to
have to deal with this problem.

I think I saw a patch once for Helen users, but I don't think that will work for me,
since I'm using Webworks for Word.

Any advice on how I can fix this would be most appreciated.

Thanks,

Mary Jane Adams

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Roger Brinkley

Mary Jane Adams wrote:

> Hello,
>
> Please pardon my post if this is a subject that has come up previously on this list.
>
> I have the problem of disappearing graphics when scrolling in the JavaHelp I'm
> creating using Webworks Publisher for Word. The output is JavaHelp 1.1.3. When
> scrolling on a page, graphics partially or completely disappear, and then reappear
> if I click the blank space where the graphic should be. I don't want our users to
> have to deal with this problem.
>
> I think I saw a patch once for Helen users, but I don't think that will work for me,
> since I'm using Webworks for Word.
>
> Any advice on how I can fix this would be most appreciated.

I'll see if I can get someone from the Swing team to answer this.

Binky

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Roger Brinkley

G�lden, Thomas wrote:

> Hi Roger,
>
> Thanks for the quick reply.
>
> Yes, I refer to the JavaHelp libraries.
>
> From the way we have built our system before, I was under the impression
> that the JavaHelp libraries were not signed, as we did not experienced
> problems after signing them ourselves.
>
> So I wonder why we had problems with our recent build after switching the
> JavaHelp 2.0.1 . I will also investigate further internally.
>
> Could somebody veryfy that JH 2.0's libraries were not signed - maybe by
> mistake ?

My copy says they are not signed.

> Are there unsigned versions available ?
>

Not from Sun and anyone who makes one available otherwise would be
violating the license agreement.

Binky

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